Ace Steel was fired from AEW after Brawl Out. He threw a chair at the Young Bucks and bit Kenny Omega’s arm. After CM Punk and Tony Khan talked things out, Steel was re-hired, but that didn’t mean he was welcomed back.

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According to a report from PW Insider, Ace Steel was actually in the All State Arena this week for AEW Collision. He had a family box that he sat in, because they wouldn’t let him backstage.

Ace Steel was in attendance at the taping, watching the show from the Chicago Blackhawks family box.  He was not backstage before the show that I was aware of.  He is remotely producing and assisting on the creative side but still traveled to the show this week on his own accord.


It was previously reported that Ace Steel wouldn’t be allowed in the building, and he had to work remotely. It seems that he was allowed in the All State Arena, but he was just restricted without a backstage pass.

We will keep our eye on this situation as time goes on. It will be interesting to see if Ace Steel’s backstage ban ever goes away.

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